Which 2017 Volkswagen’s Get The Best Gas Mileage?

When it comes to luxurious, economical cars Volkswagen is unparalleled. They have always set excellent standards and certainly  stand out from the competition.

2017 is a fantastic year for the Volkswagen family as they present their newest family additions. The new models offer mostly upgraded technology and more driving features. Surprisingly the Classic Beetle favorite has made a comeback.

Check out the new 2017 Volkswagen trims below along with their gas mileage information:

VW Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle has always been an icon. Its unique shape and compact structure just never fails to impress.

26 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 23

Highway MPG: 29

3.6 gals/100 miles

Beetle Convertible

The Eye candy Beetle Convertible has a retractable roof with iconic exterior structure.

28 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 24

Highway MPG: 33

3.6 gals/100 miles

CC

The Volkswagen CC is a symbol for budget-friendly luxury. It has a sophisticated looks and premium performance that comes with an affordable price.

25 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 22

Highway MPG: 31

4.0 gals/100 miles

 

Golf

Dubbed as the modern hatch, Golf takes pride in its excellent cargo capacity. It is one of the most powerful and performance. It also ranks top when in comes to efficiency.

28 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 25

Highway MPG: 35

3.6 gals/100 miles

Golf Alltrack

The Golf Alltrack is the anticipated new Volkswagen hierarchy member. It is an AWD version of the Volkswagen’s Golf SportWagen with an upgraded off the road features. It’s got ground clearance added too, how’s that for the next rough road adventure?

25 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 22

Highway MPG: 30

4.0 gals/100 miles

Golf GTI

Go Sporty and functional with Volkswagen Golf GTI.

28 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 24

Highway MPG: 34

3.6 gals/100 miles

Golf SportWagen

Fun and versatility is Golf SportWagen banner of the game.

29 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 25

Highway MPG: 34

3.4 gals/100 miles

Golf R

Volkswagen Golf R aces the game when it comes to performance. It has power turbo engine and excellent grip along with contemporary interior accessories.

25 combined city/highway MPG

City MPG: 23

Highway MPG: 30

4.0 gals/100 miles

Jetta

Stylish seems to be an underrated description for Volkswagen Jetta. More than its appealing structure, it is highly efficient and its versatility is incomparable.

27 combined city/highway MPG

City MPG: 23

Highway MPG: 33

3.7 gals/100 miles

Passat

Volkswagen Passat is a midsize 4 seater with awesome state of the art amenities and impressive interior and exterior structures.

23 combined city/highway MPG

City MPG: 20

Highway MPG: 28

4.3 gals/100 miles

Tiguan

The Volkswagen Tiguan boasts strong performance with optional FWD or AWD drive. It also comes with simple and basic interior accessories.

21 combined city/highway MPG

City MPG: 20

Highway MPG: 24

4.8 gals/100 miles

Touareg

The VW Touareg is huge, solid compact and comfortable. It’s your AWD with fully functional infotainment system.

19 MPG combined city/highway

City MPG: 17

Highway MPG: 23

5.3 gals/100 miles

The VW Jetta with a 1.4 L and four cylinder capacity has a 33 MPG combined city and highway performance. It has a calculated 28 MPG city and 40 MPG highway performance ratings. However, the VW Jetta Hybrid does even better! It’s ranked at 42 mpg city and 48 mpg highway! Among other VW 2017 models this strikingly stylish trim has the best gas mileage.

Many used Volkswagens get similar gas mileage as their newer models. If you are interested in getting financing on a Volkswagen in Olympia contact the team at Washington Auto Credit today at (360) 529-0002

Some details may be incorrect, mileage varies by driver. Contact dealer for complete info.

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Large SUVs near Seattle That Get Great Gas Mileage

Picking a vehicle that fits you and your family is no easy task. The car market in the United States is filled with SUV’s, as they are known to provide better room, better seating, all-wheel drive, and loads of flexibility. But, there is a particular set of buyers whose main focus remains on fuel efficiency.  Better mileage always proves helpful to family and regular travelers as; a fuel efficient car stays easy on the pocket in the long term. Let’s find below a checklist of large SUVs that provide best of luxury and fuel efficiency.

1) The Toyota Highlander Hybrid

The 2017 launched Toyota SUV is known for its 2717_toyota_highlander_hybrid_28mias_271729exceptional energy and fuel efficient engine. It is considered as one of the most versatile and the budget friendly SUV. The vehicle gives the best of gas mileage, out of each gallon of gasoline. The United States Environmental Protection Agency or the EPA rating of the vehicle is 27 mpg when it runs on a highway, 29 when it moves in the city, and the combined movement in city and highway comes at 28mpg. The Driveline of the vehicle consists of the 3.5-liter V6 engine that works in conjunction with three electric motors. The combined effort produces 306 horsepower that leads to better acceleration and high speed. The all-wheel drive SUV leads to better savings with great comfortability.

2) The Ford Explorer 

The lovers of Ford brand of cars are many, as they are known to move with the latest S8953A-2013-Ford-Explorertrends desired by customers. The Explorer group of cars comes in two varieties with excellent fuel economy. The first variety has 3.5 liter Eco Boost V6 engine which produces 290 horsepower. The second variety belonging to the sports car segment produces 365 horsepower. The Ford variety of cars is powered by 2.3-liter turbocharged model fitted with 4 cylinders. The comfortable vehicle has an EPA rating of 20 mpg in the city area and 28 mpg when moving along highways. The spacious car with enhanced safety measures like lane assistance and adaptive cruise control is great for climbing mountains as well.

3) The Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Jeep brand vehicle is great on the road experience. C304-2016-Jeep-Grand-CherokeeThe best in the class energy efficient car is great on fuel economy. The car is known to provide a comfortable and controlled ride option at all times. The car is empowered with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that provides optimum efficiency. The vehicle gets an EPA rating 26 mpg on highways and 19 mpg on city roads. The high power vehicle is also available 5.7-litre V8 engines that have the capability to disseminate 360 horsepower along with 390 feet of torque. The car is known to drive excellent, even in poor weather conditions. The car is a great companion that provides better road grip. Equipped with standard safety measure and 9-speed automatic transmission systems, the car is surely an excellent performer that gives power to its rider with each gallon.

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Trucks and SUVs Handcuff Normal Americans

In all my years in the car business, do not recall a time that so many people have been trying to trade in one particular type of vehicle. It took $4 gas to do it, but Americans are finally starting to change their driving habits and down grade from their Sport-Utility Vehicles and Trucks to Cars that get much better gas mileage.

Maybe it is a combination of things. the housing market downturn could not have helped, slower job growth definitely hurt, but when many Americans commute over a half an hour to work each day (and some spend a couple of hours each day in their car) something like $4/gallon gasoline really affects peoples discretionary spending habits.

If you are in the market for a new or used vehicle, make sure you check the fuel economy ratings for the vehicles you are considering. Over the course of a year, even a couple of miles per gallon difference can really make a huge difference. Do not be one of those people that fails to do their research, and ends up having the bank repossess the car because you cannot afford to make the car loan payment and put gas in the car.

Bankruptcy Because of Gas Prices?

There is a first for everything, and I have now seen my first bankruptcy due to gas prices going up. Here was the situation:

Our client (we’ll call him Ricky) has had the same job for several years. Ricky’s income has stayed roughly the same for the last few years, while gas prices continued to rise. Ricky has a 45-minute to 1-hour commute each way and always put his gas charges on his credit cards. Over the course of several years the credit card balances steadily increased (with gas prices) and all of a sudden, he could not afford the minimum payments on his cards anymore. Then he noticed the total balance of the credit cards…roughly $50,000.

This was not one of those unpredictable life moments that changes everything for you, your finances, and your credit. Ricky could have seen this coming, and could have done something about it. He chose not to because he could always make his minimum payment. He did not want to move, he did not want to get a car with better gas mileage (he liked his SUV), and he did not want to find a job closer to his house.

In the end, we were still able to help Ricky get a new car (which got much better gas mileage) and start re-building his credit after his bankruptcy. He has referred a couple of his friends to us because he liked how we were able to help him buy a car and not make him feel bad about his poor decision making in the past. If you, or someone you know is in a similar situation, contact Washington Auto Credit so we can help you go over your options.

By the Gallon or By the Mile.

I just saw on the news last night that Washington State has been toying with the idea of charging drivers for each mile they drive on busy roads as a means of collecting needed funds for road maintenance and improvements and to cut back on congestion. They figured if drivers had to pay a premium to use a certain stretch of road during high traffic times of day more people would find alternative routes or opt not to make unnecessary trips resulting in fewer cars on the road at a time. The fees would be adjusted based on demand for specific road space.

With gas prices over $4 I was wondering if we could find some way to make it more expensive to get around. Although If it were to replace the gas tax I could go for that. I don’t travel congested highways and rarely venture into the Seattle Metro area.